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IEEE P1363a/D12 hints that ISO/IEC 14888-3:1998 and PKCS #1 v2.1 may be compatible, but that's for digital signatures. I can't see anything where ISO 14888 is used for encryption. In fact, the description on the ISO site says "ISO/IEC 14888 specifies digital signatures with appendix". Who is asking you to do this?
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For a typical RSA key of 1024 bits, p and q will be about 512 bits long. So p and q are each of the order of 10 to the power 154. That's 10 followed by another 154 zeros. About 3 in 1000 of these will be prime. Now assume a decent random number generator and work out the probability of getting the same p and q as someone else.
Truong: Nothing stops you using RSA-PSS if you and the recipient of the signature agree. We've never seen it used in practice and we doubt whether many mainstream applications would accept it. We'd never include PSS in any of our products because there is still an active patent associated with it.
Excellent tutorial. My question is if we know n (public) and we know n is the product of two primes, we can find the two primes (p and q as demonstrated by "145" on the Sun Oct 3 2010 post) and then knowing p and q we (public) easily calculate the totient, (p-1)x(q-1). Since e is also public and now the public has p and q it seems to me anyone can now compute the key, d=e^-1 (mod totient). Where is the secret here (I know there is one but I am not seeing it).
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After having generated n, e and d, is it possible to swap the usage of d and e? Can I use (n, d) for encryption and use (n, e) for decryption? I know this is done when digitally signing, but can I use this for regular encryption/decryption without weakening the security of the algorithms?
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Great article, saved me quite a bit of time. A quick suggestion: set the test vector bytes to show up as 0x00, 0x01 type of notation -- I used some for tests and parsing bytes out was a bit of a pain. If you were to use the same keys throughout the article it would be much easier for those of us that ended up here looking for control tests :)
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After reading through the above article I have the most basic understanding of all this but I do have a question which in comparison to what I read above should be simple for someone here to answer. Given two public keys of 221 and 11, what is the smallest possible integer private decoding key?
Could u please write me the algorithm structure, round, key size, key type and created by whhom - all this for RSA. I would appreciate, if u answer by today, coz tomorrow I have to submit one work. thank u!
THANK YOU! Tried for seven hours to make this work, and thanks to this article it finally did! It says in the simple-example that this was the smallest possible modulus n for RSA to work - could this be the reason why i couldnt succeed with p=3 & q=5 ?